Bacterial Isolation © LABSTER

Bacterial Isolation

In the Bacterial Isolation simulation, you will investigate the cause of a contamination of poultry meat by a dangerous bacteria strain that is resistant to common antibiotics. After taking samples from the chicken farm, you will work in the virtual laboratory to isolate single colonies of the deadly bacteria among a variety of different species. To do so, you will learn how to work under sterile conditions, and you will be able to practice and perfect your plate streaking technique.


At the end of this simulation, you will be able to…

• Understand the importance of bacterial growth for the investigation of pathological microorganisms

• Work under aseptic techniques

• Understand the concept of a single colony

• Perform plate-streaking techniques

• Use selective media for isolation purposes


Techniques In Lab: Colony screening | Sterile technique | Plate streaking

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Date | Price | Audience


Course: 

Virtual Lab Simulation


Co-operation partner: 

Labster


Time to complete course: 

47 min


Level:

Basic


Price:

please contact Merlet Behncke-Braunbeck


Date:

Start possible at any time


Booking:

Companies can book this course for their employees directly at Springer Campus.  


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